* Transport system copes well with first rush hour * Commuters say trains and buses seem unusually empty * Londoners turn to bikes or early journeys to avoid crunch * System grappling with 3 million extra journeys a day (Adds PM Cameron on the tube, mayor Johnson, colour, quotes) By William James and Alessandra Prentice LONDON, July 30 (Reuters) - London's much criticised public transport system, the busiest in ...
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